BMI View: We expect relatively strong growth in Czech IT spending throughout the medium term to be
driven by the software and services segments, where private and public sector modernisation and new
technologies around cloud computing and the Internet of Things will s ..."
BMI View: We expect relatively strong growth in Czech IT spending over the medium term, with a CAGR of
5.6% forecast for 2016-2020 to CZK99.6bn. The market will be even more lucrative in US dollar terms due
to koruna appreciation, though this could be a squeeze on the ..."
BMI View: We revised down our growth outlook for IT spending in 2016 in the Q216 update to reflect a
weaker economic outlook, but our core scenario nonetheless continues to be for strong growth over the
medium term. We envisage a CAGR of 5.6% 2016-2020 to CZK99.6bn, w ..."
BMI View: We expect strong growth in IT spending to continue in the Czech Republic for the duration of
our medium-term forecast to 2019. A strong economic outlook, including broad growth in household
incomes, koruna appreciation against the US dollar and strengthening ..."
The current state of the IT market in Czech Republic and its single digit growth rate is attributed to the adoption of cloud computing technologies by enterprises. Enterprises are gradually shifting from the CAPEX to the OPEX model to curb high capital costs associated with pu ..."
BMI View: The Czech Republic was one of the strongest performing IT markets in Central and Eastern
Europe in 2014 - and we believe it is positioned to outperform again in 2015. Our in-house Country Risk
team forecast appreciation of the koruna against the US dollar in ..."
Privatization in the Czech Republic has led to the wave of several new investments in the country. The government has formulated several investment-friendly policies that has enhanced the investment competitiveness and taxation conditions in the Czech Republic. Further, efforts r ..."
BMI View: we made a minor downwards revision to our IT market growth outlook in the Q2 2015 update,
and we now expect a slight deceleration from 2014 as koruna depreciation and the fact that enterprise
confidence is susceptible to shifts in sentiment, and a re-escalat ..."
BMI View: Economic recovery is expected to result in a slight acceleration in IT spending growth in 2015
to 4.2%. However, we caution that enterprise confidence will remain susceptible to shifts in sentiment, with
a re-escalation of the eurozone crisis or the security ..."
BMI View: We already had a positive outlook for IT market growth in the Czech Republic in 2014, but this
view has been bolstered by a recovery in the desktop and notebook market, as well as a stronger economic
outlook. Higher levels of business and consumer confidence ..."